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THOU

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Thou means "you" in Middle English. It is often used as something sacred or special, but in reality there is nothing more common in Indo-European languages as this simple word for "tu", "thu" or "ti".



TI

Albanian: ti

Luwian: ti

Palaic: ti-i

Bulgarian: ти (ti)

Macedonian: ти (ti)

Serbo-Croatian: ти̑, tȋ

Slovene:

Welsh: ti

Venetian: ti

Czech: ty

Slovak: ty

Cornish: ty


ZI

Hittite: zi-i-ik /zīk/


TY

Old Church Slavonic: тꙑ ⱅⱏⰺ (ty)

Belarusian: ты (ty)

Russian: ты (ty)

Rusyn: ты (tŷ)

Ukrainian: ти (ty)

Polish: ty

Lower Sorbian: ty

Upper Sorbian: ty


TU

Hindi: तू (tū)

Punjabi: ਤੂੰ (tū̃)

Gurjar Apabhramsa: तु (tu)

Gujarati: તું (tũ)

Avestan:

Kurdish: tu

Persian: تو‎ (to, tu)

Tajik: ту (tu)

Latvian: tu

Lithuanian: tu

Faroese:

Old Irish:

Irish:

Gaulish: tu

Old English: þū

Shina (Dardic): tuh

Scottish Gaelic: thu

Old Frisian: thū

Old Saxon: thū

Midde Saxon: thu

Old Dutch: thū

Old Norse: þú

Icelandic: þú

Old Swedish: þū

Gothic: 𐌸𐌿 (þu)

Middle English: thu, thou

Scots: thu, thow, thoo

English: thou

Tocharian A: tu

Tocharian B: tuwe

Oscan: 𐌕𐌉𐌞 (tiú)

Umbrian: 𐌕𐌉𐌖 (tiu)

Latin:

Aromanian: tu

Corsican:

Dalmatian: te

Friulian: tu

Istro-Romanian:

Italian: tu

Ladin: tu

Megleno-Romanian: tu

Mozarabic: طو‎ (tu)

Navarro-Aragonese: tu

Aragonese: tu

Neapolitan: tu

Old French: tu

Gallo: tu

French: tu

Norman: tu

Picard: tu

Walloon: tu

Asturian: tu

Leonese: tu

Mirandese: tu

Old Portuguese: tu

Fala: tu

Galician: tu

Portuguese: tu

Old Occitan: tu

Occitan: tu

Old Catalan: tu

Catalan: tu

Old Spanish: tu

Extremaduran:

Ladino: tu

Spanish:

Chavacano: tu

Romanian: tu

Romansch: tu, tü

Sardinian: tue

Sicilian: tu

Assamese: তুমি (tumi)

Urdu: تم‎ (tum)

Ardhamagadhi Prakrit: tumaṃ, tume, taṃ

Bengali: তুমি (tumi), তুই (tui)

Maharastri Prakrit: tumaṃ, tuṃ, taṃ

Sauraseni Prakrit: tumaṃ, tuṃ, taṃ

Old Avestan: tuuə̄m

Younger Avestan: tūm

Old Persian: 𐎬𐎺𐎶 (tuvam)

Sanskrit: त्वम् (tvám)

Sanskrit: त्व (tva)

Pali: tvaṃ, tuvaṃ


DU

Old Armenian: դու (du)

Middle Dutch: du

Old High German:

Middle High German: du

German: du

Low German: du, diu

Alemannic German: du

Hunsrik: du

Pennsylvania German: du

Norwegian: du

Elfdalian: du

Jamtish:

Swedish: du

Danish: du

Westrobothnian:

Saterland Frisian: du

West Frisian:

Midde Saxon: du

Dutch: du (dialectal)


TE

Breton: te

Kashubian:

Pashto: ته‎ (të)

South Picene: 𐌕𐌄𐌚𐌄𐌝 (tefeí), 𐌕𐌄𐌚𐌄𐌇 (tefeh) (dative)

Old Armenian: քեզ (kʿez)


TO-

Crimean Gothic: tzo

South Picene: 𐌕𐌉𐌏𐌌 (tiom) (accusative)

Umbrian: tiom, tio

Old Prussian: tou

Polabian: tåi


KO

Old Armenian: քո (kʿo)


Article created on the 27th of November 2018.


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